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[ # ] The First Dogs of the United States were sent home
March 9th, 2021 under Animals, Politics

White House

When President Biden was elected, one of the things we most looked forward to, is dogs being back in the White House after a four-year hiatus. However, the dog days of summer at 1600 Penn barely lasted a month.

According to CNN, the First Dogs were sent home to Delaware after Major allegedly bit a security office. The article goes on to say that the 3-year-old German Shepard is said to have also shown “agitated behavior on multiple occasions, including jumping, barking, and ‘charging’ at staff and security.”

Major was being a good boy and protecting his dad. Can you blame him? The previous administration and his cult followers have had it out for Biden.

Plus, we don’t know if his aggressive behavior is because the people were roughhousing with him. He is still a puppy, unlike his 13-year-old brother Champ, so he likes to play.

I say bring the canines back because they bring joy to their masters and the people who voted for them. Just get a dog trainer to work with him on his aggression.

Let’s be honest, Major’s alleged attack is less harmful than anything the orange occupant before Biden did. He didn’t get anyone killed with his bark.

UPDATE: Reuters’ Jeff Mason tweeted, “.@PressSec says @POTUS dogs will return to the White House soon, confirms the younger dog caused a minor injury to someone, who was treated at the White House.”

Good because I already miss them.


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